1615 results found

Chief Sealth PTSA 6.15.505
Our goals are to build community and raise funds to support the many programs and activities that provide enrichment as well as basic needs to students and staff of Chief Sealth Intl. High School. We support our all staff and students, regardless of their ethnicity, place of birth, religion, sexual orientation, home language, gender identity, income, and abilities. We believe the diversity of our community helps us all become better people who are prepared to contribute to the global community.

Southeast Youth and Family Services
Our mission is to assist children, youth and families in achieving safe, self-sufficient, and stable lives. We achieve this by providing counseling, educational, social and life skills programs for children, youth and their families. Current programs: Youth Mental Health/Individual and Family Counseling, Managed Care/Mental Health Services, African Immigrant and Refugee Outreach Program.

Folio: The Seattle Athenaeum
Folio is a gathering place for books and the people who love them. Folio offers circulating collections of fine books, vibrant conversations, innovative public programs, and quiet, conducive reading rooms, work spaces and meeting rooms. It serves the region's creative community by being an incubator for new ideas.

Save Their Smiles
Our mission can be summed up in one sentence: To improve the life-long dental health of villagers by teaching children to care for their teeth and by providing them with the means to do so.

Nathan Hale All Sports Boosters
The Nathan Hale All-Sports Boosters is a volunteer parent-based non-profit organization whose purpose is to support and enhance the athletic programs at Nathan Hale High School by providing an athletic discretionary fund, encouraging student participation, and supporting coaches with funding and volunteers.

OneAmerica
OneAmerica's mission is to advance the fundamental principles of democracy and justice through building power in immigrant communities, in collaboration with key allies. Since the most recent presidential election our communities are under threat like never before, and OneAmerica is becoming stronger to meet the challenge. With your help, we will put immigrants, refugees and people of color in the drivers' seat, creating a world where diversity and difference is valued.

MAP Theatre
MAP Theatre is an independent producing company with strong ties and deep roots in the Seattle community. MAP's goal is always to relish the creative journey from process to product and continuously push the boundaries of traditional theatre by busting the stereotypes of what theatre is for. With that always in mind, MAP actively strives to reduce the barriers to live theatre.

Latino Community Fund of Washington State
The Latino Community Fund of Washington invests in the Latino community to cultivate new leaders, support effective nonprofit organizations, and improve the quality of life for all Washingtonians.

Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. At Girl Scouts of Western Washington, our community is strong and our vision is clear: empowering every girl-girls of every race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, ability, gender identity, religion, or geographic location-to fulfill her greatest potential.

Whit Press
Whit Press is a nonprofit publishing organization dedicated to the transformational power of the written word. Our mission is to promote literary work in support of environmental and social justice issues and to give a voice to women writers, writers from ethnic, social, and economic minorities, and first-time authors.

CroatiaFest
CroatiaFest's mission is to promote and preserve Croatian culture and to educate and the general public with the richness and beauty of Croatian Culture and Croatian American contributions to the building of the United States of America. CroatiaFest is a federally approved non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

The Vera Project
The Vera Project fuels personal and community transformation through collaborative, youth-driven engagement in music and art.

Empowering Youth and Families Outreach
EYFO's mission is to provide youth with the tools they need to become successful adults by creating an engaging and supportive environment that fosters each youth's ability to succeed academically and in life. Our work includes building positive character attributes, developing resiliency traits, and increasing perceptions of self-efficacy by identifying and developing individual strengths in the youth we serve.

Friends of Burke-Gilman Trail at Sand Point
Friends of the Burke-Gilman Trail at Sand Point (FOBGT@SP) is a nonprofit, voluntary association whose purpose is to educate and engage the community in restoring and maintaining the native habitat along the Burke-Gilman Trail. We clear invasive non-native plants from the parkland surrounding the trail and establish a natural plant palette of native trees, shrubs, and understory plants. 2017 was FOBGT@SP's eleventh year of restoration work.

Real Escape from the Sex Trade
REST envisions a community that is free from commercial sexual exploitation. We exist to provide pathways to freedom, safety, and hope for victims of sex trafficking and people involved in the sex trade.